Battery Walker
Fort Worden, HD Puget Sound
A.M.T.B. btry Ft. Flagler.

Battery Walker was built in the early 1900s for a cost of only $12,000. It housed two 3-inch guns on pedestal mounts and had three rooms; a magazine for each gun and a store room in the middle.

Note: The #1 magazine is normally closed.








Looking north at the battery.
March 2002
The #2 emplacement, looking northwest.
April 2004
Looking southeast in the #1 magazine.
April 2004
Looking southeast in the store room.
Looking southeast in the #2 magazine.
Looking south at the battery.
Emplacement #2, looking north.
Looking west at the battery.
April 2004
The #1 emplacement.
Looking northwest in the #1 magazine.
April 2004
Looking northwest in the store room.
Looking northwest in the #2 magazine.
The #1 emplacement, looking west.







RCWs
Form 7January, 1920
Form 1August, 1921
Form 2, CRFJune 1, 1933
Form 2, CRFAugust 29, 1941
Field of Fire mapAugust 1, 1944
Description of fire control1944




Access info:
Battery Walker is part of Fort Worden State Park and is open to the public.

You can park near the central power plant and then follow the old road around the bluff to the second fork and then take the west fork.


All photos from Oct 2003, unless otherwise noted.

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